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Machine Quilting with Your Walking Foot

Come learn the basics of quilting your table runners, wall hangings, baby quilts and more on your domestic sewing machine.  We’ll explore several options for quilting your project while simply using straight lines and your walking foot. Teacher:  Janice Joyner; Days/Date/Times:  This class meets 1 time; Thursday, September 12, 2024; 1 to 3; Fee:  $45; 1 Spool Difficulty; Supplies not included in class fee.

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details:
Materials Included: Instruction Only
Requirements: Required Supplies: Machine in good working order Walking foot and guide bar if it came with your foot Four fat quarters to be used for practice (solid or tone on tone, not prints) Two pieces of batting, 18 inches x 21 inches; cotton or cotton blend Aurifil 50 wt thread in a medium color that contrasts with your fat quarters (no red or black) Bound wound with the same thread as above Janome Red Tip Needle (size 14) or Schmitz 90/14 Frixion pen Quilting ruler at least 18 inches long Blue painter’s tape Machingers Quilting Gloves
Instructor: Janice Joyner
Fee is instructional only

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